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" P. Your wounds are but without, and mine within : You wound my heart, and I but prick your skin ; And while your eyes pierce deeper than my claws, You blame the effect of which you are the cause. "
Poetical Works: With the Life of the Author - Page 49
by Samuel Butler, Samuel Johnson - 1807
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The Genuine Remains in Verse and Prose of Mr. Samuel Butler ..., Volume 1

Samuel Butler - 1759
...guiltlefs Eyes your Heart invade, Had it not firft been by your own betray 'd ? Hence 'tis, my greateft Crime has only been (Not in mine Eyes, but yours) in being feen. 55 P. I hurt to love, but do not love to hurt. C.That's worfe than making Cruelty a Sport. P....
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The Works of John Dryden: Now First Collected ...

John Dryden, Sir Walter Scott - English literature - 1808
...cause. C. How could my guihiess eyes your heart invade. Had it not first been by your own betrayed ? Hence 'tis, my greatest crime has only been (Not in...seen. P. I hurt to love, but do not love to hurt. C. Thai's worse than making cruelty a sport. P. Pain is the foil of pleasure and delight, That sets it...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper, Volume 8

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1810
...been by your own betray'd ? Hence 'tis my greatest crime has only been (Not in mine eyes, but your's) in being seen. P. I hurt to love, but do not love to hurt. C. That "s worse than making cruelty a sport. P. Pain is the foil of pleasure and delight, That sets it...
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Memoirs of John Dryden

Sir Walter Scott - 1826 - 277 pages
...could my guiltless eyes your heart invade, Had it not first been by your own betray'd? Hence 't is, my greatest crime has only been (Not in mine eyes,...seen. P. I hurt to love, but do not love to hurt. C. That 's worse than making cruelty a sport. P. Pain is the foil of pleasure and delight, That sets it...
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Memoirs of John Dryden

Sir Walter Scott - 1826 - 277 pages
...could my guiltless eyes your heart invade, Had it not first been by your own betray'd? Hence 't is, my greatest crime has only been (Not in mine eyes,...seen. P. I hurt to love, but do not love to hurt. C. That 's worse than making cruelty a sport. P. Pain is the foil of pleasure and delight, That sets it...
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The miscellaneous prose works of sir Walter Scott

sir Walter Scott (bart [prose, collected]) - 1827
...cause. C. How could my guiltless eyes your heart invade, Had it not first been by your own betray 'd ? Hence 'tis, my greatest crime has only been (Not in...hurt. C. That's worse than making cruelty a sport. /'. Pain is the foil of pleasure and delight, That sets it off to a more noble height. C. He buys his...
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The Genuine Poetical Remains of Samuel Butler

Samuel Butler - English poetry - 1827 - 301 pages
...50 C. How could my guiltless eyes your heart invade, Had it not first been by your own betray 'd ? Hence 'tis, my greatest crime has only been (Not in...seen. P. I hurt to love, but do not love to hurt. 55 C. That's worse than making cruelty a sport. P. Pain is the foil of pleasure, and delight, That...
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The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. ...: Life of Dryden

Sir Walter Scott - Chivalry - 1827
...could my guiltless eyes your heart invade. Hud it not tirst been by your own bctray'd ? Hence 'tis, n:y greatest crime has only been (Not in mine eyes, but yours) in being seen. /'. I hurt to love, but do not love to hurt. ( '. That's worse than making cruelty a sport. / '. I'ain...
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The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart, Volume 1

Sir Walter Scott - Chivalry - 1829
...cause. C. How could my guiltless eyes your heart invade, Had it not first been by your own betray'd ? Hence 'tis, my greatest crime has only been (Not in...delight, That sets it off to a more noble height. though it does not demand that the parody shall be so very strict, as to re-echo noun for noun, or...
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The Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart: Life of Dryden

Sir Walter Scott - Novelists, English - 1834
...been by your own betray'd ? Hence 'tis, my greatest crime has only been <\ot in mine eyes, but yoursj in being seen. P. I hurt to love, but do not love...sets it off to a more noble height. C. He buys his pleasu1e at a rate too vain. That takes it up beforehand of his pain. P. Pain is more dear than pleasure...
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